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Bmore Takes a Break for the Labor Day Holiday

BmoreMedia writers and editors will be enjoying the warm weather in various ways during our break. Our next newsletter goes out Sept. 18. 

Don't Break the Bank: Nonprofit Teaches Kids to Manage Money

A new state mandate now requires Maryland schools to teach financial literacy. Junior Achievement of Central Maryland is leading the way with programs that teach students how to manage credit card debt and live within their means.

It Takes Two to Tango

Christina Simpson and Mark Longerbeam founded Baltimore Tango nearly five years ago. They hold weekly tango classes and Friday night milongas on the Broadway Pier in Fells Point. 

Step OUT: For a Conference on African American Museums

A national association of African American history museums is holding its annual conference in Baltimore this month, featuring workshops and guided tours honoring the theme "Commemorating Struggles: Claiming Freedom."

Slideshow: Moviegoers Take in La Dolce Cinema in Little Italy

It's an annual tradition in Little Italy that takes place Friday nights in July and August. Photographer Steve Ruark captured the scene at the Aug. 17 Cinema al Fresco, which featured The Talented Mr. Ripley

Technology Makes Engineering Firm a Concrete Success

Maryland company Structural has helped preserve the buildings that house the National Aquarium in Baltimore and Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. The company also plans to hire 100 over the next three years. 

Step OUT: For an 'Exploratorium' on Art and Technology

Head down to MICA next month to learn about the intersection of art and technology. The 3rd annual Betascape takes place Sept. 22-23. 

Aerial Theater Takes Audience to New Heights

In-Flight Theater blends gravity-defying feats with dramatic performances. Our writer takes us inside Mara Neimanis' studio.

What's Next for North Avenue?

Several building owners hope to breathe more life into the neighborhood's northern section by renovating buildings along North Avenue.

Step OUT: For Cirque du Soleil's Dralion

Cirque du Soleil returns to Baltimore with an encore performance of Dralion. The French-Canadian circus has updated its show since it first made an appearance in Charm City in 2003. 

Putting the Pieces Back Together at Marian House

Nonprofit Marian House helps struggling women get their lives back on track. It recently received a federal grant that it will use to house more women. 

Thinking of the City as a Startup

The editor of a sister publication tackles the question: Can we make cities better by treating them as startups? 

Step OUT: To Shop and Support Job Training

Support Art with a Heart’s Summer Job Program by perusing and purchasing crafts at Shop & Bop.

Wasabi Ventures CEO Digs Into His Baltimore Roots

You may have heard the name Wasabi Ventures a lot recently. The Silicon Valley venture capital firm has funded several Baltimore startups, thanks in no small part to its CEO's ties to Charm City. Learn more about Tom "TK" Kuegler. And yes, he's a fan of sushi. 

Social Enterprises Need New Funding Models

Many entrepreneurs dream of launching a venture that not makes money, but also benefits the community. But how do you get money for this? Our columnist tells us.
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